Posts Tagged ‘white’

First Look Photo: More than meets the eye

October 24, 2018

I took a nice walk on the beach, and found this shell among the sand.  The thing I didn’t notice at first was how many shells there really were.

Not just sand

Photo Friday: To Know a Male

September 21, 2018

Many people still get confused with how to tell a male from a female Monarch butterfly.  All you do is look at the bottom wings.  If there are two black spots along the stripes, it’s a male.  Those spots are for the pheromones.

Male Monarch

Photo Friday: The Friendliest Flower

June 22, 2018

I once heard daisies called the friendliest flower.

daisies

First look Photo: Patterns in Color

June 13, 2018

I took today’s shot from the Casco Bay Bridge, of the ship yards.

Patterns in color

First Look Photo: Last of the Winter Birds

May 30, 2018

As Spring speeds towards Summer, the Winter birds have gone away, except this eider.  He will soon join the migration away from here.

Last winter bird

First Look Photo: A little Lace

April 18, 2018

This week’s challenge is all about abstract; so once again I got out my closeup filter and commenced to find abstracts of interest.

Lace

Photo Friday: Who’s the More Curious?

March 30, 2018

This goose was more curious about me, than I was about it.

Goose Stare

First Look Photo: They’re back

February 21, 2018

Every year, red breasted mergansers swim their way through this part of Maine, while on the winter part of migration.

Red Breasted Merganser 1

Photo Friday: Pale Blue

February 16, 2018

The northern blue jay is almost identical to its southern relatives, only in a much paler blue.

Northern Blue Jay

First Look Photo: Out of its Range

December 27, 2017

Today’s shot is of a bird called a bufflehead.  It’s a duck like bird that is not usually seen in this part of Maine.

Black and White